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''[[Futurama]]'' has on several occasions won both series and individual awards, including the prestigious [[Emmy Award]].
 
''[[Futurama]]'' has on several occasions won both series and individual awards, including the prestigious [[Emmy Award]].
  
 
== Awards won ==
 
== Awards won ==
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''[[Futurama]]'' has won one {{w|Environmental Media Award}}, one {{w|Writers Guild of America Award}}, three {{w|Emmy Award}}s, and seven {{w|Annie Award}}s.
  
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* '''2000'''
*'''[[Annie Award]]'''
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Environmental Media Award: "Comedy — TV Episodic"
**28th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Brian Sheesley]])
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?]]", [[Brian Sheesley]]
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** "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", [[Bari Kumar]] (colour stylist)
**29th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''2001'''
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Luck of the Fryrish]]", [[Ron Weiner]]
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** "[[Parasites Lost]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", [[Rodney Clouden]] (storyboard artist)
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production", "[[Bendless Love]]", [[John DiMaggio]]
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** "[[The Luck of the Fryrish]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Ron Weiner]]
**30th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Bendless Love]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production", [[John DiMaggio]]
***"Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]", [[Rich Moore]]
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* '''2002'''
**35th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Roswell That Ends Well]]" - Annie Award: "Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Rich Moore]]
***"Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[Bender's Big Score]]''
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** "[[Roswell That Ends Well]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
**36th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''2007'''
***"Best Animated Home Entertainment Production", ''[[The Beast with a Billion Backs]]''
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** ''[[Bender's Big Score]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
**37th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''2008'''
***"Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[Into the Wild Green Yonder]]''
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** ''[[The Beast with a Billion Backs]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
*'''[[Emmy Award]]'''
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* '''2009'''
**2000
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** ''[[Into the Wild Green Yonder]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]", [[Bari Kumar]] (colour stylist)
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* '''2011'''
**2001
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** "[[The Prisoner of Benda]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", [[Ken Keeler]] (writer)
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", "[[Parasites Lost]]", [[Rodney Clouden]] (storyboard artist)
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**2002
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***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]"
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*'''[[Environmental Media Award]]'''
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**2000
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***"Comedy — TV Episodic", ''Futurama''
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*'''[[Writers Guild of America Award]]'''
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**2011
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***"Animation", "[[The Prisoner of Benda]]", [[Ken Keeler]] (writer)
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== Awards nominated for, but not won ==
 
== Awards nominated for, but not won ==
  
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* '''1999'''
*'''[[Annie Award]]'''
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Annie Award: "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program"
**27th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[A Big Piece of Garbage]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
***"Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program", ''Futurama''
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* '''2000'''
**28th Annual Annie Awards
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Annie Award: "Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program"
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Series Has Landed]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** "[[The Series Has Landed]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Ken Keeler]]
***"Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program", ''Futurama''
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** "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Susan Dietter]]
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]", [[Susan Dietter]]
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* '''2001'''
**29th Annual Annie Awards
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Annie Award: "Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program"
***"Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program", ''Futurama''
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** "[[Amazon Women in the Mood]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
**30th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''2002'''
***"Best Animated Television Production", ''Futurama''
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Animated Television Production"
**31st Annual Annie Awards
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* '''2003'''
***"Music in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]" - Annie Award: "Music in an Animated Television Production", Ken Keeler
***"Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Sting]]", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
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** "[[The Sting]]" - Annie Award: "Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
*'''[[Emmy Award]]'''
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** "[[Jurassic Bark]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
**1999
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** "[[Godfellas]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", [[Ken Keeler]]
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[A Big Piece of Garbage]]"
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* '''2004'''
**2001
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** "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Music and Lyrics", [[Ken Keeler]]
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[Amazon Women in the Mood]]"
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** "[[Where No Fan Has Gone Before]]" - Nebula Award: "Best Script", [[David A. Goodman]]
**2003
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** "[[The Sting]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[Jurassic Bark]]"
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** "[[The Sting]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
**2004
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* '''2010'''
***"Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour)", "[[The Sting]]"
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Animated Television Production"
***"Outstanding Music and Lyrics", "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** "[[Proposition Infinity]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Michael Rowe]]
*'''[[Nebula Award]]'''
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**2004
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***"Best Script", "[[Where No Fan Has Gone Before]]", [[David A. Goodman]]
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*'''Writer's Guild of America Award'''
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**2003
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***"Animation", "[[Godfellas]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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**2004
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***"Animation", "[[The Sting]]", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
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{{awards}}
 
{{awards}}

Revision as of 23:58, 5 July 2011

Futurama has on several occasions won both series and individual awards, including the prestigious Emmy Award.

Awards won

Futurama has won one Environmental Media Award, one Writers Guild of America Award, three Emmy Awards, and seven Annie Awards.

Awards nominated for, but not won